UNCLE MILTON DEBUTS MIND READING 20Q TOY AT COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO
Test Your Doctor Who Knowledge and Find Out if Your Brain is Bigger on the Inside!
Attention Whovians! Uncle Milton is excited to introduce Doctor Who TARDIS 20Q, debuting to fans at this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego, under license from BBC Worldwide North America.Collectors will have the opportunity to see if they can use their Doctor Who knowledge to outsmart the TARDIS, and be the first to purchase the Doctor WhoTARDIS 20Q before it hits store shelves in September. Both Uncle Milton (booth #1034) and BBC AMERICA (booth #4129) will have limited quantities available for purchase at the show.
Doctor Who TARDIS 20Q utilizes the hugely popular online artificial intelligence (A.I.) technology and the electronic game from 20Q that can “read your mind.”Fans can travel through time as they test their Doctor Who knowledge from the TV show over its more than 50-year history! First, think of any being, place, or thing from the Doctor Who universe. Answer the questions on the TARDIS digital screen and be amazed as a real algorithm with artificial intelligence guesses what you’re thinking in 20 questions or less. If not, you win! The authentic TARDIS design features a light-up lantern and makes a great collectible display piece.
The Doctor Who TARDIS 20Q will be available nationwide beginning September, 2016. SRP $29.99. Ages 8+.
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Visit Uncle Milton at Comic-Con International: San Diego booth #1034 and BBC America at booth #4129.
DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR #5
Written by: Al Ewing
Art by: Boo Cook
Published by: Titan Comics
Review by: Mike Lacey
Issue number five of Titan Comic’s Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor series is the conclusion of a two issue story. The Doctor and his companion for this series Alice Obiefune, along with Jones, the newest member of the TARDIS crew, find themselves aboard a United System Research Base, facing the ARC experiment which has been claiming victims one by one, leaving them in a comatose state.
This issue pushes along the development of our characters quite nicely. Alice is quickly becoming a self reliant companion. She can definitely hold her own as she takes charge in the Doctor’s absence, taking charge as she manages to get herself and Jones out of a particularly sticky situation. The Doctor once again encounters August Hart, Chief Security Officer for SERVEYOUinc., even though it is only his first meeting with the Doctor from his perspective(Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey stuff). As well as the mysterious SERVEYOUinc. being further revealed as the main villain of this series thus far.
And just like an episode of Doctor Who, not everything is as it seems. This two part story was very reminiscent of the series five episode The Beast Below, which goes to illustrate just how similar in tone this series is in relation to the television show. Both of the writers for this series so far, Rob Williams and Al Ewing have an extremely good handle on the voice of the Eleventh Doctor. The stories that both Williams and Ewing have delivered in these first five issues very well could have fit right into Matt Smith’s run as the Doctor. Which is a testament to the book and bodes well for the future of this series from Titan Comics that I am very much looking forward to.
Score 8.0 out of 10